No Longer Orphans is the sole supporter of the Shiloh Children's Home. Shiloh Children’s home is in North India and houses over 40 orphans, all boys, ages 4-18. There is a great amount of potential for growth. The name Shiloh, is a Hebrew word meaning “a place of rest for weary travelers.” There are currently 4 guest rooms that can accommodate weary travelers as they serve the orphans.

Before No Longer Orphans inherited the orphanage, the monthly food budget was less than $175. This allowed the kids to have rice every day, but little to no meat or vegetables. No Longer Orphans has improved and will continue to improve the current state of the orphanage.

MISSION

NLO cares for orphans so they can impact their world for the glory of God.

VISION:

No Longer Orphans will establish and support orphanages in India. We will ensure long term stability of the orphanages by creating programs that lead to self-sufficiency. Participating orphanages will not only meet physical needs of the children but also educational, vocational and spiritual needs. Through this holistic approach, No Longer Orphans will raise up children to become valuable members of their community, thereby extending the impact of NLO beyond the orphanage walls.

Andy And Susan

Andy and Susan currently oversee the orphanage. They love the boys wholeheartedly and do an amazing job of teaching them and holding them accountable. The boys love school and sports. They are vibrant and sing at the top of their lungs. No Longer Orphans is excited beyond words at the chance to serve the Shiloh Children’s Home.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?

We are located in India in the state of Rajasthan. We are a couple of hours south of Delhi.

HOW DO YOU GET THE BOYS?

Almost all of the boys come from very poor families. Some are from single mother homes. But all of them are situational orphans. They are with us because their family cannot afford to provide for them. Also they know that we provide quality care for them and a great education.

WHY ARE THERE NOT ANY GIRLS?

In our state we can have girls but they have to be in a different dorm away from the boys. We do not have the funds to build a new dorm yet but as soon as we do we will add girls.

CAN THEY BE ADOPTED?

No. they can not be adopted. We do not have the authority to adopt the children out. And although we are the legal guardians, many still have parents.

ARE YOU ON A MISSION TRIP?

No, we have moved here to run the orphanage and will be here as long as we can.

HOW CAN WE SUPPORT NO LONGER ORPHANS?

Check out our donate page and see if something resonates with you. We are totally supported by individual donors.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING THERE?

My wife (Susan) and I(Andy) run a children’s home and a farm on the 19 acres of land.

WHERE ARE THEIR FAMILIES?

Most of boy’s families are from different states and are poor laborers.

DO THEY GO TO SCHOOL?

Yes, the boys go to a private school in the city but it is our desire to build a school on our property so we can better control their education and also provide a great school for local poor children in our village.

ARE YOU A RECOGNIZED NON PROFIT?

Yes, we are an IRS approved 501c3.

HOW LONG WILL YOU BE THERE?

We are Indian residents so we plan on being here for a long time.